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Financial Residency

Sep 19, 2023

The term can mean different things in different markets. It can also be used to describe an account versus the stage you are in when buying a house. Doug explains the differences and when it can be waived by the buyer.

He also talks about why people sometimes want to waive escrow and whether it benefits them or not. 


Sep 18, 2023

Dr. Kristine Scruggs shares her journey as a novelist turned screenwriter. Exploring her creative side has helped her overcome and avoid burnout as a hospitalist physician.

She is able to use her medical knowledge to help write scenes and themes in her works. 

She talks about conferences and competitions that have...

Sep 15, 2023

In this discussion, we will be exploring the topic of social security and its importance in financial planning. There are often misconceptions surrounding social security, leading to negative perceptions about its funding and benefits. However, it is crucial to consider the potential advantages and whether it should...

Sep 14, 2023

Sometimes buyers make the decision to waive appraisal contingency in a competitive market. Basically that means you will buy the house even if it doesn't appraise for what you offered.
But what does that mean when it comes to getting a loan? Does that put you or your earnest money at risk? Learn more about this on...

Sep 13, 2023

Today, John Appino from Contract Diagnostics provides insights into medical directorships. He discusses the compensation structure of medical directorships, which varies based on the amount of work and scope required.

Typically, medical directors are compensated per hour and there may be monthly or annual caps on...